The six ira-realestate slides above present a brief overview of how to invest in real estate through a self-directed individual retirement account (IRA). For easier reading, place the mouse over an ira-realestate slide. The text will then remain visible until you move the mouse again. You can also advance the slides by clicking one of the buttons below the slider. The four ira-realestate columns below contain links to more information. This includes asset types that may be considered in IRA Real Estate.
Click on the ira-realestate image above. This is one example of a commercial property at WOW Cabarete. This project is in the development phase. It is one option of IRA real estate in a resort area.
Click on the ira-realestate image above. This is one example of a pre-construction. It is offered by Coccoloba Condominiums in Cabarete. It is scheduled to start early next year.
Click on the ira-realestate image above. This is one example of condominiums. It is offered by Cabarete Lifestyle Resorts in the Dominican Republic. They range from studio apartments to luxury penthouses.
Prefer privacy and space? If so, a home or villa with a private garden is the best option. Click on the ira-realestate photo above. This is one example in Puerto Bahia Samana in the Dominican Republic.
Before my IRA was self-directed, I had to rely on the investment choices within my 401(k) plan. These choices were made by the advisor of the 401(k) plan. After retirement, I learned that you can hold ira-realestate in a self-directed IRA. I was happy because choosing typical stocks and mutual funds was complicated and not always successful for me. In fact, some of my stocks actually went to zero! As you can imagine, this has never happened with my real estate. So what does the future hold? I don't know. But all I know know is that if I kept all my original investments in my 401(k) plan, it could now be called my 201(k) plan.–William, retired airline captain
Please note that we are looking for more personal testimonies, so please send us comments with your experience.–John Doe, IRA Real Estate Investor